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Stormy Sunset over Bamburgh Bay

Taken November 2015

Some say there should be more space to the right of the castle, but the ground there was flat and featureless so I reckoned it would detract from the overall drama, in addition I would have lost some of the Farne Islands on the horizon. What do folks think?

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Re: Stormy Sunset over Bamburgh Bay

I understand what you are saying.

But the composition works well for me.

A very good, atmospheric shot.
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Re: Stormy Sunset over Bamburgh Bay

Great image - Bamburgh Castle is central to Bernard Cornwall's books now called The Last Kingdom which can be seen on TV. Danes v Saxons plus a few Irish and Scots thrown in for good measure.
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Re: Stormy Sunset over Bamburgh Bay

that's the best picture I saw on this forum and in real life. awesome
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Re: Stormy Sunset over Bamburgh Bay

Superb composition with great color.

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